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Between 1624 and 1662 Taiwan was known as Dutch Formosa, coinciding with the age of the Great Geographical Discoveries. The European powers came one after another to East Asia to search for trade opportunities and to start colonies. To build a stronghold for trade with China and Japan, the Dutchman occupied Taiwan in 1624. During its ruling by Dutch East India Company, Taiwan had its first systematic ruling regime.
Interesting Fact: In the mid-16th century, when Portuguese ships sailed across Taiwan Strait, it's said that a sailor sighted a stunning, lush green island by a casual look and screamed out "Ilha Formosa" (which in Portuguese means "beautiful island"). Since then, “Formosa” became the name of the main island of Taiwan in the western world.
- This song's cycon is also the logo of Dutch East India Company.
- Click notes349 on Easy (76.54%), 614 on Hard (81.65%)
- Hold notes90 on Hard (19.74%), 82 on Hard (10.90%)
- Drag notes17 on Easy (3.73%), 56 on Hard (7.45%)